Again.

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I fear the future.
as I fear the darkness of the past,
If you go, I doubt my will will lead me on.
I have lost so many… unable to mourn a loss
I want to hide away
fearing potential loss…
painful tears burn down…
as I begin to finally drown…
while I continuously fall down. Again.
When will they learn to be silent?
Or let the tears fall down.
When will they learn to let the pain go away,
When will they learn to look past today.
May I please hide away?
Safe in your arms…
crying freely. ever safe from harm
just please don’t leave me… again.

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About KD Williams

Kára Agnarsdóttir (aka Kirstina D. Williams) hails from Seattle, WA. She is very passionate about a number of topics including archaeology, costuming, spinning, nålbinding, knitting, crochet, travel, history, and photography. She has been a member of the Glamfolk since 2002 and is currently in school working towards bachelor's degrees in both Scandinavian Studies and Anthropology.

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    • Thanks dear… it means a bunch… I had a lot of rough times back when I was writing all these poems; I guess like every teenager does… but it’s kind of funny how the emotions describes and the feelings remain timeless…

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